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Category Archives: Comic Books

Comix Comix Comix

Comics. Sequential art. Comix. Graphic novels. A medium that is over 100 years old. We celebrate an art that has grown with the times. One can find comics written on any subject, written for any demographic and culture, in a multitude of visual and narrative styles, design aesthetics, and methods of execution. Comix Comix Comix is […]

The Light Of Love And Rockets

From an early age until college and, living in Sarnia, Ontario, I subsisted on a diet of mainstream superhero comics, lost in a state of post-puberty but presexual suspended animation, where costumed fantasy, simplistic moral tales, and righteous, ham-fisted battle sequences, preferably inked by Terry Austin, were easily digested and understood. In my teenage orientation […]

Comics 2010

Social media and information networks are rife with chatter about comics comics comics. Comics (graphic novels and/or sequential art to the sophisticated literati) have been a widely accepted form of literature for a few generations now, and the billions of dollars generated by the releases of comic-related movies are only feeding the frenzy. With summer […]

On Twitter

By now, everybody has heard of Twitter.com, and in the last three years (as of May 2010), social media has become part of our daily vernacular. Those who belittle Twitter generally don’t understand its power to inform. Twitter is a global democratic information network free-for-all, a never ending stream of curated content sent to you […]